HVAC Education Encourages High School Students to Look Into HVAC Training
HVAC Education encouraged any and all high school students to consider HVAC training following The Storm Lake Times’ January 2nd article, titled “It Works for Storm Lake.”
Mesa, Arizona (PRWEB) January 12, 2014
HVAC Education, or Arizona.HVACED.com, a new site offering the latest in news regarding HVAC training, encouraged students graduated from and still enrolled in high school to consider a career in the HVAC industry. This encouragement came in the wake of The Storm Lake Times’ January 2nd article, entitled “It Works for Storm Lake.” The article talked about the use of charter schools in helping students work toward trade certifications, including HVAC certification. In light of this, HVAC Education encouraged high school students to seek out similar programs in their own hometowns.
Art Cullens announced the possible close of a charter school in Storm Lake. The charter school, in addition to lowering drop-out rates and raising grades, has paved the way for students to enter into trade schools while still in high school, achieving 1-2 years of college by the time they have graduated with a high school diploma. For students choosing trade schools with two-year programs, this charter school has proven invaluable.
Following the news of Storm Lake, Iowa’s approach to HVAC training, HVAC Education encouraged high school students interested in attending trade school to check with local charter and private schools to determine whether a program exists for dual enrollment. Many HVAC schools in Arizona may work in tandem with high schools or colleges to allow students to achieve both a high school diploma/college degree and a certification in the HVAC industry. Many of these programs offer free tuition for high school students, or tuition at a highly discounted rate. For students seeking immediate vocational schooling, HVAC education while in high school may be the best route to take.
Art Cullens works as a writer/reporter for The Storm Lake Times. The paper, both a print and digital publication, serves Storm Lake, Iowa, and has been offering consistent, up-to-date news for approximately 20 years.
HVAC Education encouraged high school students to seek HVAC training programs that work in conjunction with a high school education. Charter schools are the institutions most commonly known for their partnership with vocational training, though many public and private schools boast relationships with community colleges or trade school as well. Contacting Arizona educational institutes in one’s immediate area will quickly reveal where such programs are available.
HVACED.com is a website providing students and potential students with news and information regarding the HVAC industry and HVAC schools.
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